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Monday, 3/7 When I don't make good choices

Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Hi Everyone,

I've had a mega-amount of stress that is using much of my energy. I have been going to the pool as much as I can--but I missed two days due to some issues. I have eaten more on the run rather than in my usual way. I'm not eating badly, just more and a few things have slipped into my menu that I normally don't allow.

I cannot prove it, but it seems as if these things have contributed to my mood. It isn't the best mood I have ever had. Of course, not enough sleep or time to do what needs to be done doesn't help.

i have a solution--I am going back to my goals and I am going to really think about what I need and what I've been doing. That is that--chances are my goals are perfect, but just in case... My next blog will be a recommitment to myself and my goals. It will be something to help me to feel as good as I can and to use my energy on what is important.

I can do this. I know it. I need it!!

Gentle hugs,
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    The same things happens to me, Sylvia. You are doing the right thing.
    2499 days ago
    Way to go Sylvia! You need to take care of you and reestablishing goals is a great start!
    2506 days ago
    You do need to take stock and prioritize what is really important and needs to be done. Do what ever you can to ease this workload. If there is any way to get help, ask for it. You need to look after yourself and put yourself first if you expect to ever heal fully and reach your goals..
    You can do this..
    {{{gentle hugs}}}
    2506 days ago
    You can definitely do it, Sylvia! You've already accomplished so much, and with a way busier lifestyle than most of us. Looking forward to your next blog!
    2506 days ago
    Can't wait to see it Sylvia!
    2506 days ago
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